With a stunning exterior, a fountain and a garden, this luxury hotel welcomes every guest who wishes to be royally pampered throughout their stay. The hotel features 249 lavish rooms and suites with marble bathrooms, balconies with breathtaking views, an 18-hole golf course, a renowned spa, as well as luxurious dining option that include a restaurant with a Michelin star.
Designed by Tom Fazio, the Grand Golf Club course features 18 holes and is set amidst a breathtaking natural scenery, making it an idyllic choice for all golf enthusiasts. The hotel also offers a Clubhouse, practice facilities, rental equipment and a Golf Shop, while a Golf School and membership options are also available for all interested guests.
Situated in the center of the pulsating Gaslamp Quarter and within walking distance of the baseball games at Petco Park and San Diego Convention Center, this luxury hotel's unbeatable location makes it easy to indulge in Gaslamp's shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment.
This luxury hotel is a great choice for people interested in Pubs, Bars and Clubbing.
The hotel offers special services, amenities and packages to make sure that your loyal friend has a happy and healthy stay. Dogs Stay Free
Gaslamp District is San Diego's nightlife and entertainment hub; you will fine glam dance clubsbars, clubs and restaurants on each block, such as Café Sevilla and the Shout House.
This modern 3-floor property overlooks the Pacific Ocean and it is bordered by a beachfront boardwalk that leads to the Pacific beach.
This 4-star hotel features the Love on the Beach Package which includes luxurious beachfront accommodation, romantic decoration and dinners, champagne, roses and many more amenities that will make every couple's honeymoon as charming as possible.
This sophisticated boutique hotel boasts a stunning beachfront location, offering direct access to the beach and beautiful sea views to all its guests.
40 floors: 151 metres (495 ft)
Pool Bar Infinity Pool Heated Pool Outdoor Pool
This refurbished hotel is set on 28 acres along the Pacific coastline. Guests have direct access to the sandy beach, making it an ideal place for a legendary beach getaway. It is also the only hotel that still operates since the Victorian era.
Guests of Hotel Del Coronado report strange activities taking place in a specific room, like the spirit of a woman standing close to the window, the television turning on and off by itself and the lights to flicker. In the very same room, Kate Morgan who had checked in few days earlier, was found dead and her death remains unexplained till today.
The property is set along the San Diego Bay, offering direct access to the Pacific beach once you cross the boardwalk.